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routine from all said they go from being an accountant to being a lumberjack? that's not going to happen. they say, you know, like to work or walk to the store to end the one thing the book forgets to mention is in half of america you can't like to work and you certainly can't walk to the store. so it's fundamental about how we build our communities in the long run can put in the short run it's about what you choose to run. that's the choice you make. that's nowhere more obvious than the other big discussion which is car crash their car crashes are funny because on the one hand we naturalized. that's just a part of living that there's one in 200 chance that i will buy in a car crash. in one of three chance of the series injured in a car crash, nothing i can do about it. or we feel like we're in charge of her feet on the road. we are good drivers can weaken good drivers can we can avoid accidents to 85% of people were in the hospital recovering from accidents rated themselves as better than average drivers to all that is going on. the fact is it's not the same all over the world and is no
, who is going to change their work routine to go from being an accountant to being a lumberjack. that won't happen. back to work or walk to the store and forget to mention half of america you can't bike to work and can't walk to the store because you live in of called a sack of of a highway that the store is on solid is fundamentally about how we build our communities in the long run. is about where you choose to live and that is nowhere more obvious than in the other big discussion which is car crashes which are funny. and we naturalize it. that is a part of living, and there's a chance i will buy a car crash and one in three can't i will be seriously injured, that is a part of life, nothing i can do about it, alternately we feel we are in charge of our fate on the road, we're good drivers and avoid accidents, 85% of people recovering from accidents they caused raved themselves better than average drivers. it is not the same all over the world and all over america. 14 americans out of a hundred are dying, fourteen out of 100. it is five of 100. in london it is five of 100,000.
to change and all of a sudden go from being an accountant to being a lumberjack that's not going to happen. they say well bikes to work or walk to the store. the one thing the book forgets to mention is that half of america you cannot like to work and you certainly can't walk to the store because you live in a cul-de-sac off of a highway. so it's fundamentally about how we build our communities in the long run but in the short run it's about where you choose to live and that is choice you can make. that is nowhere more obvious than the other discussion which is car crashes. car crashes are funny because on the one hand we nationalize it. that is just a part of living. there is a one in 200 chance that i will die in a car chance in a one in three chance that i will be seriously injured. that's part of life and there's nothing i can do about it or alternatively we feel like we are in charge of our fate on the road. we are good drivers and we can avoid the accidents. 85% of people recovering from accidents view themselves as better than average drivers. the fact is that it's not the same all
will go from being unaccountable lumberjack? well, that's not what happened. walk to work, walk to the store. the one thing that the book forgets to ask you is that you can certainly walk to the store because you live in a cul-de-sac off of the interstate and you're not able to get there. it's about how we build our communities. it is a choice you can make. that is nowhere more obvious than in car crashes. they are funny because on the one hand, we nationalize it. oh, that's just a part of living that was a one in 200 chance that all die in a car crash. that's just part of life. nothing i can do about it. or, we feel like we are in charge on the road. we are good drivers will it's not the same all over the world now 14,000 people are dying in car crashes. in england it is five out of 100,000. in new york city, it is three out of 100,000. new york city has saved more lives in traffic and lost since september 11 that were lost by september 11. in the short-term, -- we can just decide to live in more urban environment. in the long term, we can be more healthy. dick jackson's famous
of a work routine. who's going to go from being a, you know, an accountant to being a lumberjack? that's not going to happen. then they say, well, you know, bike to work. or, you know, walk to the store. and the one thing that book forgets to ask, forgets to mention is that in half of america you can't bike to work, and you certainly can't walk to the store because you live off of a highway that the store is off of, right? so it's fundamentally how we build our communities in the long run, but in the short run it's about where you choose to live, and that's a choice you can make. that's nowhere more obvious in the other big discussion which is car crashes. and car crashes are funny because on the other hand we naturalize it. we're like, oh, that's just a part of living that there's a 1 in 200 chance that i'll die in a car crash, ask there's a 1 in 3 chance that i'll be jury inside a car crash -- injured in a car crash. ultimately, we're good drivers, we can avoid the accidents. 85% of a people in a hospital recovering from an accident that they had cause rated themselves as better than
all of a sudden they go from being an accountant to a lumberjack? that's not going to happen. they say, well, you know, bike to work, walk to the store. and the one thing that book forgets to mention is in half of america you can't bike to work, and you certainly can't walk to the store. so it's fundamentally about how we build our communities in the long run. but in the short run, it's about where you choose to live, and that's a choice you can make. and that's nowhere more obvious than in the other big discussion which is car crashes. and car crashes are funny because on the one hand we naturalize it. we're like, oh, that's just a part of living that there's a one in 3200 -- 200 chance that i'll die in a car crash. that's just part of life. nothing i can do about i. or alternately we feel like we're in charge of our fate on the road. you know, we're good drivers, we can avoid the accidents. 85% of people that are in the hospital recovering from a crash that they, in fact, caused rate themselves as good dreiers. not the same all over the world or around america. so we have a rate wher
being an accountant to a lumberjack? that's not going to happen. they say, well, you know, bike to work, or walk to the store. and the one thing that book if forgets to ask or forgets to mention is that in half of america you can't bike to work and you certainly can't walk to the store because you live off of a highway that the store is off of, right? so it's fundamentally how we bill our communities in the long run, but in the short run it's about where you choose to live, and that's a choice you can make. and that's nowhere more obvious than the other big discussion, which is car crashes. car crashes are funny because on the one hand we naturalize it, we're like, oh, that's just a part of living. there's a 1 in 200 chance that i'll die in a car crash. nothing i can do about it. or alternately, we feel like we're in charge of our fate on the road, you know? we're good drivers, we can avoid the accidents. 85% of people who are recovering from an accidents that they themselves caused rated themselves good drivers. so all that's going on. but the fact is it's not the same all over the wor
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